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A Message from Dr. Metz

Thank You! Thank You! Thank you! Covid-19 has changed things in so many ways both around the department and in all of our lives. I am so appreciative on how our radiation oncology team has come together to deliver outstanding care to our cancer patients. We have all adapted to changing requirements and the rapid flow of information from every direction. You all have contributed in so many ways—clinical, research, education, support. You name it, our team has done it! Whether it has been on site or remote, you are supporting each other and our patients throughout this pandemic. I could not be prouder of how our team has addressed each issue as it arises. I know our department will continue to evolve in the coming weeks and months.

I want to give a big congratulations to our residents who are graduating in June! Best wishes to all of you in your future endeavors! We will also be welcoming a new set of residents in the coming weeks along with additional graduate students later in the summer. We continue to evolve our teaching and we will likely continue a mix of on site and virtual learnings.

I want to thank our resurgence teams that are helping define the future of the department. Lots of work is going on in this area and feel free to reach out to the leads of each area if you have any suggestions.

Again, thank you all for what you are doing throughout this experience! And thanks to all of you that have contributed to this edition of Spotlight!

In the News

PPMC & Radnor Openings

The PPMC facility opened on May 4 and our team has done a fantastic job, particularly during these times! The space is absolutely beautiful and spacious; it is connected to the medical oncology area with shared facilities bringing a full cancer center to PPMC. The site includes a Halcyon linear accelerator, CT SIM, 4 exam rooms, inpatient gurney area, and an empty test vault. This is a great addition to our department which now brings us to 14 sites. Our next facility, Radnor, is scheduled to open on June 15, 2020. Construction at our Radnor facility continues to be on schedule for an opening June 15th – our team is working hard to pull together final preparations. On May 18th, we welcomed our newest physician, Dr. Ross Green, who will be the Medical Director at Radnor.

Check Out The Video Tour of PPMC!

Staff therapists Katie Chominski (left) and Paige Kajkowski (right) at PPMC are ready to treat their first patient on May 18!

Meet the Rest of the PPMC Team!

In Memoriam: Madlyn Abramson and Suzanne Roberts

Madlyn Abramson (1935-2020)

It is with great sadness that we inform you of the death of our beloved founding donor, Madlyn Abramson. Madlyn’s bold vision and philanthropic spirit touched the lives of countless individuals by transforming how Penn conducts cancer research and provides care to those affected by this devastating disease.

"The reputation we enjoy today as one of the nation’s preeminent cancer centers has been built on the strong foundation that Madlyn laid," said Robert Vonderheide, MD, DPhil, director of the Abramson Cancer Center. "Our pursuit of curing cancer unites us every day to do more for our patients here in the Abramson Cancer Center and across the world, and we have Madlyn, together with her husband Leonard, to thank for the vision that set us on this path."

"Never could I be more proud that the Abramson Cancer Center bears the name of Madlyn, who has done so much to bring healing, compassion, and hope to people facing cancer. Her philanthropy has simply been transformational in the care of patients with cancer. We will all miss her dearly," shares John H. Glick, MD, former Abramson Cancer Center Director from 1985-2006.

Madlyn’s impact on cancer is profound, and her legacy at Penn will last for many generations to come.

Suzanne Roberts (1921-2020)

Mrs. Roberts was 98 years old and passed away at her home on Monday, April 20, 2020 after several months of declining health. Her family was by her side.

Mrs. Roberts, along with her husband, Ralph, former chairman of the board of Comcast, were pillars of the Penn community. Their transformative gift of $15 million in 2006 made the building of the Roberts Proton Therapy Center possible.

Many of you will fondly recall memories of Mr. and Mrs. Roberts attending our Proton Patient Alumni reception each year. They never missed attending a reception, and after Mr. Roberts passed away in 2015, Mrs. Roberts continued to join us each year. Attendees looked forward to and were inspired by her presence as she would always have kind and gracious words to share at the microphone. In later years, completely unphased by her age and being in a wheelchair, Mrs. Roberts always stayed for hugs and opportunities to talk with each and every patient and their family members. Last year, she attended the 7th annual reception along with her son, Brian, Chairman and CEO of Comcast, and shared her words of wisdom and hugs. Her warm and caring smile will be greatly missed by all.

Interviews

WHYY interviewed Justin Bekelman, MD as part of their article about cancer treatment during COVID-19.

Transforming Reality: Using Virtual Reality to Treat Patients with Cancer

CURE Magazine published an article that talks about our Virtual Reality programs.

William Levin, MD, and Fern Nibauer-Cohen, spoke about the ways in which the department is using virtual reality to enhance the patient experience in the Roberts Proton Therapy Center.

Photos from the Front Lines

Photo courtesy of Lei Dong, PhD

We've seen lots of CDC approved facial hair...

...We've blinged out our PPE...

...While also demonstrating how to wear full PPE...

Therapists Maya and Lou wanted to pass along proper PPE techniques while treating a COVID positive general anesthesia patient.

...From Chester County...

...to PCAM...

… Across ALL our RadOnc Sites...

...And from home...

Christie Foti's grandson (left) thanks the heathcare heros from one hero to another. Dr. Alonso-Basanta's sons (top right) and Dr. Vapiwala & Dr. Plataras' children (bottom right) show their appreciation with homemade artwork.
Dr. Levin's sons showing off their new haircuts courtesy of their dad's new quarantine skills.

We salute and give thanks to our dedicated staff!

Staff at PCAM enjoying the flyover!
Photo courtesy of Lei Dong, PhD

Announcements

Check Out RadOnc's Wall of Gratitude!

Click on the link below to view RadOnc's Wall of Gratitude, which includes messages of thanks to our faculty and staff, the department videos featured in Dr. Metz's daily emails, as well as schedule of food donation deliveries.

Delivery Recommendations

Check out the link below for local delivery recommendations from your colleagues!

Have You Recognized Someone Today?

DON'T FORGET: You can recognize a colleague at any time by submitting the recognition form found at https://redcap.med.upenn.edu/surveys/?s=HPKUea (direct link is below). Bookmark this web page for easy access in the future!

Meet the Newest Members of Our Team!

Left to Right: Karen Dearing, Rachelle Klein, Caroline Meehan

Karen Dearing

Karen joins the department as a Radiology Technologist at Chester County Hospital. Previously Karen worked for Main Line Health at Bryn Mawr and Paoli Hospitals. She has her degree from Cooper Hospital School of Radiation Therapy. In her spare time, Karen enjoys spending time with her family, reading, and tennis. Contact Karen at Karen.Dearing@Pennmedicine.upenn.edu.

Rachelle Klein

Rachelle joins the department as a nurse at Doylestown. She used to work at Doylestown Hospital as a nurse in medical surgery. Rachelle graduated from Gwynedd Mercy University with an Associate's Degree in Nursing in 2014 and received her Bachelor of Science from Chamberlain School of Nursing in 2017. Contact Rachelle at Rachelle.Klein@pennmedicine.upenn.edu.

Caroline Meehan

Caroline joins the department as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist. Previously she worked at the University of Maryland Medical Center. Caroline has her undergraduate nutrition degree from Penn State and competed her internship at UMMC. In her spare time, Caroline enjoys traveling and seeing new places, reading, and baking/cooking. Contact Caroline at Caroline.Meehan@Pennmedicine.upenn.edu.

Left to Right: James Michael Murray, Shayna Young, Entela Zemanaj

James Michael Murray

James joins the team at Chester County Hospital as a radiation therapist; previously, he was a therapist at the PCAM. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Radiation Therapy from Gwynedd Mercy University. In his spare time, he enjoys sports, spending time with new his baby daughter, and cold beverages. Contact James at MurrayJa@pennmedicine.upenn.edu.

Shayna Young

Shayna joins the department as a Patient Services Coordinator. She used to work as a Seamless Access Trainer at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. In her spare time, Shayna enjoys shopping, vacationing, and studying different cultures. Contract Shayna at Shayna.Young@Pennmedicine.upenn.edu.

Entela Zemanaj

Entela joins the department as a Medical Dosimetrist. Entela has a Master of Science and previously worked as a medical dosimetrist. Contact her at Entela.Zemanaj@Pennmedicine.upenn.edu.

Employee Recognition

Congratulations to our colleagues on their achievements!

Appointments

William Ross Green, MD

We are thrilled to welcome Dr. Ross Green to our department as a Penn Medicine Clinician of Radiation Oncology and the new Medical Director of our Radnor location! Dr. Green specializes in the management of cancer of all body sites, with a clinical focus on thoracic, genitourinary, gastrointestinal, breast, skin, and head and neck malignancies, as well as oligometastatic disease. Dr. Green brings with him experience in brachytherapy, stereotactic body radiation therapy, and image-guided radiation therapy, as well as training experience with proton beam therapy.

Dr. Green started with us on Monday, May 18. Prior to this position, Dr. Green was an attending physician in the Department of Radiation Oncology at Jefferson Health New Jersey (JHNJ) for three years. While at JHNJ, Dr. Green served on the Protocol Review Committee, Breast Cancer Executive Committee and Lung Cancer Executive Committee, and was a founding member of the Lung Nodule Clinic.

Dr. Green completed his residency In Radiation Oncology at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey in New Brunswick, New Jersey, where he was Chief Resident during his final year. Dr. Green received his Medical Degree from Drexel University and his undergraduate degree from Lehigh University in Bioengineering with a focus on Cell and Tissue Engineering.

Dr. Green will be working in the Physician Touchdown space on the 2nd floor at PCAM for the next several weeks before he moves on to begin setting up the Radnor location

CPUP Quality and Safety Good Catch Award

Congratulations to Gina Wierzbowski, RN on receiving March's CPUP Quality and Safety Good Catch Award! Gina, who works at Doylestown, reported a patient who recently traveled to an area not posted on the COVID-19 screening questionnaire; in an abundance of caution, the patient was masked and IS was informed with a request to add the country to the screen. As a result of Gina’s efforts, the country was since added to the questionnaire and fortunately, the patient tested negative. It is great to see our team has continued to be recognized during this pandemic. Congrats and thank you Gina!

Stephen Avery, PhD shared that a review paper he co-authored, "Ionizing radiation‐induced acoustics for radiotherapy and diagnostic radiology applications", was among the 10% of downloaded papers from the journal Medical Physics. Among work published between January 2018 and December 2019, this paper received some of the most downloads in the 12 months following online publication.

AAMP Submissions

Chibueze Uche, PhD had an abstract selected for an e-poster presentation.

  • Uche C, Wright C, Baron J, LaRiviere M, Barsky A, Miller D, Maity A, Plastaras J, Xiao, Y. Evaluation of PET/Clinical Parameters to Predict Toxicity in Chimeric Antigen Receptor T-Cell Therapy Patients with Relapsed/Refractory Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma. E-Poster Presentation. 2020 Joint AAMP|COMP Meeting. July 2020.

ASTRO Submissions

2020 Annual Meeting Abstract Award: Resident Recognition Award - Poster Viewing, Physics Category

Hui Lin, PhD, Justin Bekelman, MD, Lei Dong, PhD, Taoran Li, PhD, Hien Lu, Kevin Teo, PhD, and Jennifer Zou, PhD received the Resident Recognition Award - Poster Viewing, Physics Category, one of the ASTRO Annual Meeting Abstract Awards. Their abstract “A Deep Learning Method for Auto-Segmentation of Cardiac Substructures on Non-Contrast Planning CTs in the RADCOMP Trial” includes colleagues from Penn's Department of Cardiovascular Medicine as co-authors. This award showcases a resident-lead investigation honored by ASTRO, inter-institutional and inter-departmental collaboration, the latest machine learning technology, and automatic segmentation applied to clinical trails data.

Anish Butala, MD had two submissions accepted for oral presentations at this year's ASTRO conference.

  • Butala AA, Williams GR, Maxwell RJ, Carmona R, Jordan M, Davis EL, O’Connor N, Kumar P, Paydar I, Jones JA. The Impact of Provider-Driven Serious Illness Conversations on Length of Palliative Radiotherapy for Bone Metastases. Oral Presentation. ASTRO 2020 Annual Meeting. October 2020.
  • Butala AA, Williams GR, Carmona R, Doucette A, Gabriel PE, Paydar I, Jones JA. Development and Validation of a 74 Variable Stepwise Machine Learning Algorithm to Predict for Palliative Intent Radiotherapy. Quick Oral Presentation. ASTRO 2020 Annual Meeting. October 2020.

Social Scene

ACES Events

Employee Recognition Day

Music therapy led by Quality of Life practitioner Allie McCrea

ACES held a day of virtual events to celebrate employee recognition day, including a morning coffee break, yoga, music therapy, dance movement therapy, and a "Yappy Hour Happy Hour" where faculty and staff brought their pets to the video call!

Cinco de Mayo Celebrations

Celebrating Cinco de Mayo with some coffee to start the workday.

ACES hosted a Cince de Mayo celebration with a virtual coffee break in the morning and ending the work day with a well deserved drink for a virtual happy hour.

PAH celebrated a socially distant Cinco De Mayo with a vegan lunch catered by Chico Verde Philly.

Suneel Nagda, MD, Marybeth Popelak, Marshall Mcmain, Barb Granese

Join Radiation Oncology's Beam of Life Team for the annual Breakthrough Bike Challenge! All proceeds raised support cancer research at the Abramson Cancer Center. The website and registration will be re-launched on June 1st with information on how the event will be held virtually, with opportunities to set goals as not only a rider, but also a runner, walker, or spinner! Please contact the Beam of Life Team Captains for more information:

  • Christina Marchesani: Christina.Marchesani@pennmedicine.upenn.edu
  • Bill Barbour: William.Barbour@pennmedicine.upenn.edu
  • Isabella Ameniera: Isabella.Ameniera@pennmedicine.upenn.edu

Five Questions With...

Julia Golkin

This new section will feature colleagues from around the department, highlighting their role here and their unique perspective! This section profiles colleagues selected by the ACES Committee from all submissions for employee recognition. ACES will choose from both the colleagues who have been recognized as well as those who submitted the nomination to recognize a colleague.

1. What’s a typical work day like for you and has it changed much due to COVID-19?

A typical work day usually starts off being messaged by my fellow teammates, it is always nice to hear from them even though we are all in different spots on any given day during the week. I then will check emails and have calls to touch base about things going on with my team. I also receive calls from patients about appointments or other matters to take care of. I will usually work out or move around in the middle of the day. I also love to just put on some music to have in the background while I work. I recently was able to work from my home in New Jersey and spend time with my family which was really special since I have not gotten to see them since this quarantine started. Life has not changed all that much, however, it is hard to have my routine change and not see my coworkers on a daily basis, but mostly I just miss being able to go outside without a mask on my face!

2. What led you to work at Penn Radiation Oncology?

As a recent college graduate, I was looking for somewhere to work that focused on the care of patients but would allow me to grow within their healthcare system. My family has a strong connection with Penn, and in doing more research I found innovative and educational ideas where Penn was always driving the advancement of their treatments and programs, and from the second I had my first interview, I knew Penn was the right choice for me.

3. What are you currently watching or streaming (i.e. Netflix, Hulu, Amazon)?

I have about 10 shows on my list to start. I just finished the recent season of Survivor and also finished Riverdale. I started the 2 part Lance Armstrong documentary which is actually really interesting and Money Heist on Netflix is on my list to start watching.

4. What’s the best recipe you’ve tried since quarantine started?

For Cinco de Mayo, I made carne asada from Sam the cooking guy (he is a youtube blogger about cooking). Carne Asada is steak marinated with cilantro, soy sauce, brown sugar, lime juice, and lots of other delicious things. I then grilled it to make tacos, it was definitely a great recipe and super easy to make! I will definitely have to put in the recipe book to use for later.

5. What hobbies, skills, or projects have you been working on at home?

I have really started getting into painting. I sometimes do not have as much time as I'd like, but nonetheless I still find it so relaxing and just lets me relax. I have been trying to work out at least 4 times a week so that has been a part of my "hobby". I am also catching up on my reading with some books I have wanted to read, but I am starting to need some suggestions!

Where in the World is Penn Radiation Oncology?

International Training on Treating Skull-based Malignancies - January 9, 2020

Left to Right: Debra Stephen, Jennifer Wei Zou, PhD, Sarah Lowitz, Courtney Misher, Michelle Alonso-Basanta, MD, PhD, Brendan Burgdorf MS, Paul James, CMD

This RadOnc team prepared and presented an educational session on treating skull-based malignancies to physicians, physicists, dosimetrists, and radiation therapists with the Rutherford Cancer Centres. This virtual session was broadcast to 17 locations throughout the United Kingdom.

International Training on Treating Breast Cancer with Proton Therapy - January 30, 2020

Left to Right: Katie Shillington, Elizabeth Garver, MS, Gary Freedman, MD, Debra Stephen

This RadOnc team prepared and presented an educational session on treating Breast Cancer with Proton Therapy to physicians, physicists, dosimetrists, and radiation therapists with the Rutherford Cancer Centres. This virtual session was broadcast to 10 locations throughout the United Kingdom.

OncoLink COVID-19 Resources for Cancer Care

The OncoLink team has been working hard to create resources related to COVID-19 for patients, caregivers and healthcare providers.

Resources include:

Educational handouts for cancer patients who test positive for COVID and for the worried well. Coming soon are practical/psychosocial support handouts. These have also been added to the treatment binder builder tool for easy use.

Coping with COVID Blog – This blog includes submissions from providers and patients based on their experiences, resources for our patients, and helpful tips for cancer patients and their caregivers. If you’d like to share a story, contact us!

OncoLink is conducting a study about the practical and financial impacts of COVID-19 on people with cancer and their caregivers. Please share with any patient groups you work with! The survey is available in English and Spanish. It is available at www.oncolink.org/covidsurvey

Quality Management

Mid-Atlantic Alliance for Performance Excellence (MAAPE) Submission 2020

MAAPE is the regional Baldrige organization. Baldrige Framework helps us answer three basic questions: How well are you doing? How do you know? Where could you do better?

The framework first asks for an Organization Profile – think of this as the department’s resume as it describes who we are and what we do. Then comes 6 categories asking us to describe our approach, deployment, integration, and learning cycle related to 1-Leadership, 2-Strategy, 3-Customers, 4-Knowledge Management, 5-Workforce, and 6-Operations. And to wrap it up comes what can be thought of as “evidence”. This is the results section showing 7.1 Healthcare and Process Results, 7.2 Customer Results, 7.3 Workforce Results, 7.4 Leadership and Governance Results, 7.5 Financial, Market, and Strategy Results.

On March 16 (just under the wire of COVID-19 stay at home orders) we sent our submission for evaluation by 8 examiners, and a cohort of judges. These trained examiners will assess our submission against the criteria and identify strengths, opportunities for improvement, and key themes. The examiners will conduct an onsite review (COVID19 permitting) or a virtual onsite review July-August. All of the examiners findings are then turned over to a panel of judges who write our final feedback report and determine what level of proficiency we have attained. We will receive the feedback report in September and will share the findings with you.

In 2016 we received the “Level 1 Commitment” recognition. In 2018 we received the “Level 2 Proficiency” recognition. The value of this submission comes from measuring ourselves against an independent validated yardstick (the Baldrige Framework), and assessed by 8 trained examiners, and a panel of judges. The feedback received in prior submissions has led us to examine and adjust these areas, and more:

  • Lack of clarity of decision making resulting in change to leadership structure
  • Lack of depth around project management and process improvement that led us to expand the PI and PM teams
  • Need to reconsider strategies to ensure they were mission driven
  • Create a focus on our biggest resource through wellness and ACES
  • Enhance our patient engagement
  • Enhance our internal communication: newsletter, meetings, intranet
  • Measuring how we're doing with enhancements to Balanced Scorecard and Tableau
  • Business continuity planning for resiliency
  • Expanding and enhancing peer review

Many thanks to the authors and contributors who contributed their time and talent to compile responses to each of the criteria to represent us truthfully and completely. Thanks to all of you who gave us something excellent to write about: Penn Medicine Radiation Oncology!

Education

Physics Teaching Awards

On behalf of the medical physics residency program, we are happy to announce the winners of the 2020 Physics Teaching Awards. They are:

  • Dosimetrist - Amber Blatt, CMD
  • Physicist -Emily Hubley, MS

Our physics residents spend a substantial amount of time with our dosimetrists to learn about all aspects of treatment planning at the beginning of their residency. Many of them are fresh from graduate school and we thank all dosimetrists for shaping them from inexperienced newbies to capable treatment planners. Our physics residents also benefit greatly from interacting with physicists who make the extra effort to pass on their knowledge during their interaction with the residents in spite of their own busy schedule.

This year we experienced unprecedented challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which forced us to move a lot of our educational activities to virtual platforms. We all know that it usually takes more time and effort to prepare a virtual teaching session compared to traditional face-to-face teaching, and yet our staff and faculty devoted tremendous passion, patience, and time into creative resident mentorship, maintaining our highest standard of clinical training. We along with all residents are extremely grateful for all of your contributions.

Congratulations to Amber and Emily for winning this year’s awards, and everyone else who participated in our residents’ education.

Graduating Students

Medical Physics Certificate Program

Congratulations to Alex Van Slyke, PhD for earning the Certificate in Medical Physics this May! Alex is the first graduate of the Certificate program since it relaunched at PSOM this academic year.

Medical Physics Residents

Left to Right: Ching Yun Cheng, Wendy Harris, Peyton Irmen, Michele Kim
  • Ching Yun Cheng, PhD
  • Wendy Harris, PhD
  • Peyton Irmen, MMP
  • Michele Kim, PhD

Medical Residents

Left to Right: Ruben Carmona, Amardeep Grewel, Varsha Jain, Michael LaRiviere
  • Ruben Carmona, MD, MAS
  • Amardeep Grewel, MD, Chief Resident
  • Varsha Jain, MD, PhD
  • Michael LaRiviere, MD

Incoming Medical Physics Residents

From left to right: Zheng Zhang, Mike Salerno, Wenbu Gu, Suk Whan Yoon

Welcome to the incoming Medical Physics Residents starting on July 1, 2020.

  • Zheng Zhang
  • Mike Salerno
  • Wenbu Gu
  • Suk Whan Yoon

Incoming Medical Residents

From left to right, Nikhil Yegya-Raman, MD, Jacob Trotter, MD, Sana Sara Dastgheyb, MD, Eva Berlin, MD

Welcome to the incoming Medical Residents starting on July 1, 2020.

  • Nikhil Yegya-Raman, MD
  • Jacob Trotter, MD
  • Sana Sara Dastgheyb, MD
  • Eva Berlin, MD

Publications

Busch TM, Cengel KA, Zhu TC. In Memoriam Jarod C. Finlay, PhD. Photochem Photobiol. 2020 Mar;96(2):218. PMID: 32249478

Chao HH, Karagounis IV, Thomas C, François NB, Facciabene A, Koumenis C, Maity A. Combination of CHEK1/2 inhibition and ionizing radiation results in abscopal tumor response through increased micronuclei formation. Oncogene. 2020 Apr 25. PMID: 32335582.

Luna JM, Chao HH, Shinohara RT, Ungar LH, Cengel KA, Pryma DA, Chinniah C, Berman AT, Katz SI, Kontos D, Simone CB 2nd, Diffenderfer ES. Machine learning highlights the deficiency of conventional dosimetric constraints for prevention of high-grade radiation esophagitis in non-small cell lung cancer treated with chemoradiation. Clin Transl Radiat Oncol. 2020 Mar 24;22:69-75. doi: 10.1016/j.ctro.2020.03.007. PMID: 32274426

Mohiuddin JJ, Chu B, Facciabene A, Poirier K, Wang X, Doucette A, Zheng C, Xu W, Anstadt EJ, Amaravadi RK, Karakousis GC, Mitchell TC, Huang AC, Shabason JE, Lin A, Swisher-McClure S, Maity A, Schuchter LM, Lukens JN. Association of antibiotic exposure with survival and toxicity in patients with melanoma receiving immunotherapy. J Natl Cancer Inst. 2020 Apr 15. pii: djaa057. doi: 10.1093/jnci/djaa057. PMID: 32294209

Wright CM, LaRiviere MJ, Baron JA, Uche C, Xiao Y, Arscott TW, Anstadt EJ, Barsky AR, Miller D, LaRose, MI, Landsburg DJ, Svoboda J, Nasta SD, Gerson JN, Chong EA, Schuster SJ, Paydar I, Maity A, Plastaras JP. Bridging Radiation Therapy Prior to Commercial Chimeric Antigen Receptor T-Cell Therapy for Relapsed/Refractory Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma. (2020). In Press IJROBP

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